Q: What are both sides of the argument?

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There are 3 sides in an argument... The two people and the truth.

-- a piece of plywood -- every argument -- no geometric figure

a DOT/POINT . By my 'silly argument, a circle has two sides ; INside ans OUTside.

4M + 5 = 9Subtract 5 from both sides: 4M = 4Divide both sides by 4: M = 14M + 5 = 9Subtract 5 from both sides: 4M = 4Divide both sides by 4: M = 14M + 5 = 9Subtract 5 from both sides: 4M = 4Divide both sides by 4: M = 14M + 5 = 9Subtract 5 from both sides: 4M = 4Divide both sides by 4: M = 1

A quadrilateral is a shape with 4 sides, so a rhombus and parallelogram both have 4 sides.

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Write about both sides of an argument (eg. For and against) equally

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a mediator

good manegment , the ability to listen to both sides of a argument :) xx

by explaining the argument of both sides

So you can give a fair judgement.

It is evidence that can tend to support both sides of a question, argument, or case.

There are 3 sides in an argument... The two people and the truth.

Give both sides of the argument

Tannen offers the idea of having a middle ground. This is where both sides would find an agreement that works for them both.

I would say that they are the ability of a person to see the relative perspective of both sides of an argument with the additional ability to see a path to guide them to an agreement both sides can live with.